2007 Nissan QuestNissan fan - South Elgin, IL08/02/2008
This vehicle is wonderful. We've owned over 13 vehicles of different makes and models. But never a Nissan--until now. After looking at all of the minivans out there, we settled on the Quest because of comfort, space and gas mileage. The seats are better than anything out there--very roomy and solid. Head room is better than other vehicles. Passenger side area/floor space is nice. Rear cargo is great especially with the optional covered cargo box in the well.
The vehicle handles very well and responds immediately.We consistently get 25 MPG on highway and have even gotten up to 29.2 mpg. One additional bonus...the ipod port. We use that everyday!
Feels very plush interior compared to the Honda and Toyota minis. Leather seats with trim, capt chairs with armrests in 2nd row. 3rd row is very roomy. Very fun car to drive. I drove a Sienna for years which felt heavy and was powerful but slow to move. The Quest feels light, springy and quick. The pick up feels more like a sports car.
Quest was a Best Buy
2005 Nissan QuestTwinsMom - Bowie, MD12/23/2008
This is one of the best vehicles I have ever purchased. The price fit the budget and the overall appearance and features of the vehicle are heaven. The kids love the DVD system and I love the cargo room. On a cold, windy day, the heavy vehicle didn't even rock in the wind. I am really happy that my salesman showed me this vehicle. I can see purchasing another one in a few years.
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